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Dispute Resolution

Dispute Resolution

Last Updated

Friday, 03 October 2014

The court isn’t the only place to receive an answer to an argument. It is widely accepted that courts cost both parties time and money without a great deal in the way of compensation. Although court (or litigation) is one avenue to settling your differences there are other ways, such as adjudication, arbitration, mediation, conciliation and negotiation (all the ‘ations'). When a dispute does go to court, legal professionals known as either Advocates (Scotland) or Barristers (England) deal exclusively with proving their client’s point in an dispute.

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